sense noun (MEANING) translation to Traditional Chinese
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sense

noun (MEANING)
意義
 
 
/sents/
[C] one of the possible meanings of a word or phrase
含意,意義
They are not immigrants, at least not in any sense that I understand.
至少就我所理解的意義上來說,他們不是移民。
The packaging is green - in both senses of the word (= it is green in colour and it is good for the environment).
包裝是綠色的——這個「綠色」有兩層含義。
Security defined in the broad/broadest sense of the term means getting at the root causes of trouble and helping to reduce regional conflicts.
廣義上說,安全工作是指找出危險的根本原因並幫助減少地區衝突。
This passage doesn't make (any) sense (= the meaning is not clear).
這篇文章意義不明確。
I've read the letter twice, but I can't make (any) sense of it (= I can't understand it).
我把信讀了兩遍,但還是不解其意。
Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
in every sense in every way or feature
從任何意義上看
It's a book which is, in every sense, about different ways of seeing the world.
從任何意義上說,這都是一本以不同角度看世界的書。
General
in a sense ( also in one sense) thinking about something in one way, but not in every way
從某種意義上講
She claims that the system is at fault and she's right, in a sense (= she is partly right), it could be improved.
她主張現行制度有問題,從某種意義上說,她是對的,現行制度確有改進的空間。
Approximate
in no sense not at all
根本不;絕對不
We are in no sense obliged to agree to this.
我們絕不是非得同意這件事。
Yes, no and not
(Definition of sense noun (MEANING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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